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Employers often believe that as long as their employees remain in their probationary period of employment, they can essentially terminate the employee’s tenure during the said probationary period. Surprisingly and since July 2020 this has been proven to be incorrect. It is quite common for a new employee to be given a probationary period of...

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Employers can take practical and legal steps to avoid embarrassment, use of the employers contacts trade secrets, client and intellectual property.   Let’s set the scene So your trusted second in charge has opted out of the industry, decided its time for a sea change and has advised you it’s time to call it quits...

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Given the current economic climate and perceptions held by either employers or employees in regards to their rights, this may give rise to the allegations of being dismissed unfairly. Both employers and employees should be aware of processes they can take to avoid unwanted stress, obtain justice or resolution before the Fair Work Commission in terms of...

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It’s inevitable that at one point or another, every workplace will encounter some degree of conflict. Whether it is a confrontation with a boss or co-worker, it is estimated that managers spent approximately 25% of their time working to resolve disputes in their workplace. But let’s take a step back. Why do workplace disputes occur?...